E. A. Slavinski

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Adrenocortical cells obtained from adult rats were propagated in monolayer culture. Depending on culture conditions, they grew either as lipid-containing epithelial-like cells with a high level of steroid production, or as fibroblast-like cells with a low level of steroid production. The major fluorogenic steroid secreted by both morphologic forms of(More)
Adrenal cortical cells obtained from adult rats were propagated as monolayers in vitro for up to 6 weeks. Depending on the culture regime, these cells could be maintained consistently in two distinct states of differentiation. Cells that were subcultured by tryptic dissociation and grown in 25% fetal calf serum assumed a fibroblast-like morphology but(More)
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